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City’s historic pubs are no small beer

Andy Cullen and Dave Pickersgill, of Sheffield CAMRA, at the Dog and Patridge in Trippet Lane, Sheffield.

Andy Cullen and Dave Pickersgill, of Sheffield CAMRA, at the Dog and Patridge in Trippet Lane, Sheffield.

An inventory is being drawn up of Sheffield’s historic pubs.

Local members of Campaign for Real Ale Sheffield are aiming to help protect them and to highlight their attractions to visitors.

It’s a hard job,” says Dave Pickersgill, who is co-ordinating the project. “But we felt someone should do it.”

Prime heritage examples are the Old Queen’s Head in Pond Street, the oldest domestic building in the city centre, and the Bath Hotel, off West Street, which is grade II listed.

On the list are The Dog And Partridge in Trippet Lane, Fagans in Broad Lane, The White Lion in London Road and The Wellington in Shalesmoor.

 

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